• Hndi Books
    Hindi books 1. Chand Bardai (1148-1191), author of Prithviraj Raso 2. Sheikh Farid (c.1173-c.1266) 3. Amir Khusro (1253-1325 AD), author of pahelis and mukris in the "Hindavi" dialect. 4. Kabir (1398-1518), a major figure of the bhakti (devotional) movement. 5. Nanak (1469-1538...
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  • Mirabai Biography
    Mirabai Biography Mirabai was a great saint and devotee of Sri Krishna. Despite facing criticism and hostility from her own family, she lived an exemplary saintly life and composed many devotional bhajans. Historical information about the life of Mirabai is a matter of some scholarly debate. The...
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  • Bhakti Poetryconcepts and Aesthetics
    . Famous amongst them were Kabir and Ravidas. On the other side was the Sagun School, which believed in god with attributes and they poems surrouned around the images and stories of Krishna and Rama. Their proponents were called bhakts. Among the famous bhakts were Surdas, Tulsidas and Mirabai...
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  • Suryayan DEY
    reviver of the Ramanandi sect. Ramananda for the most part of his life lived in the holy city of Varanasi, and was a pioneer of the Bhakti movement, as well as a social reformer in Northern India. He was known for communicating in vernacular Hindi, and accepting disciples of all castes. His 12...
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  • Automotive Industry India Analysis
    .  Madhur has also been charged for threatening the aspiring model. Sanjay Leela Bhansali "Black" (2005)- Vishal Bhardwaj Director Vinay Shukla-   who is producer of Hindi film Godmother, which won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Hindi in 1999. Shyam Benegal- He was awarded the...
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  • Growth of the Bhakti Movement
    and the decline of Buddhism are the main landmarks of this period (750-1000 AD). The Medieval Period saw the rise of devotional movements led by Ramanuja, Ramananda, Tukaram, Guru Nanak, Surdas, Chaitanya, Mirabai, Tulsi Das and many other saints. BHAKTI MOVEMENT The foundation of the...
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  • Mughals
    . During famines both Hindi and Muslim families sold their children. Akbar had abolished the policy of taking captives after war. In the late Mughal period, the slave trade had declined. 4. Villages: According to the cesus in Akbar’s reign there were 120 large cities, 3,200 small...
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    Mehta, Guru Nanak, Mirabai. Great stimulus was given by the bhakti movement to Brajabhasa, a Western Hindi dialect, and also to Awadhi or Kosala, an eastern Hindi speech. The followers of Chaitanya, through their writings influenced the development of Bengali. Sacred cities like Kashi, Mathura...
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  • Dance Elements
    inspired a whole new school of poetry, dance and music. Krishna and radha are the presiding deities of Vaishnavism and it was on the basis of Leelas of Krishna that precious and distinctive art heritage of Vaishnavism was built up. Mirabai, Surdas and Tulsidas for e.g. wrote powerful devotional verses on...
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    create a free account and submit one of their own research papers. Remember, you should always write your own coursework. We have a large selection of model essays to help you improve your own writing ability. Start searching today. American History (2421) Biographies (1156) Book Reports (2429...
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  • Evolution of Bhakti Movement in India
     decline of Buddhism are the main landmarks of this period (750-1000 AD). The Medieval Period saw the rise of devotional movements led by Ramanuja, Ramananda, Tukaram, Guru Nanak, Surdas, Chaitanya, Mirabai, Tulsi Das and many other saints. The Bhakti movement is much older than the Sufi movements...
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  • Abhi
    Munshi Premchand - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Page 1 of 4 . M unshi Premchand From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia M unshi Premchand (July 31, 1880 - October 8, 1936) was a writer of modern Hindi and Urdu literature. Contents ■ 1 Biography ■ 2 Writing style...
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  • 100 Years of Indian Cinema
    3 years sentence. Raj retains the affection for Rita and reclaims his lost parentage. Director’s Biography: Ranbirraj Raj Kapoor (14 December 1924 2 June 1988), also known as The Show-Man, was an Indian film actor, producer and director of Hindi cinema. He was the winner of nine Filmfare Awards...
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  • India Art and Culture
    Indian society in diverse regions and equality, diverse fields. Official Languages The Indian Constitution, in 1950, declared Hindi in Devanagari Script to be the official language of the union. It was provided in the Constitution of India that English shall continue to be used for all official...
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  • Bob Johnston
    producer, "Is it (the tape) rolling, Bob?" In Robert Shelton's Dylan biography No Direction Home, Johnston is quoted as claiming, "I don't really 'produce' his albums, but just do my best to make him smile when he leaves the studio." No doubt Johnston earned this special relationship with Dylan...
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  • Filipino
    (3) * Anekdota (1) * Awit at Korido (22) * Awiting Bayan-KantahingBayan (12) * Balad (1) * Balita (1) * Benigno Aquino (2) * Benigno Aquino III (4) * Bicolano Folk Songs (1) * bio (1) * Biographies (18) * Biographies of Heroes (10...
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  • Education
    Nature, Environment Hindi Picture Book Hindi Fantasy English Science Activities Activities Activities Autobiography Biographies English Hindi Hindi Hindi Hindi Hindi 55 Roshan Sitare - Prerak Bhartiya Vaigyanik Arvind Gupta 56 Aditi aur Ek Aankh Wali Bandariya 57 Chhote Chacha Ab Apke Shahar Me...
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  • Essay
    foreign literary works into Hindi. Biography Premchand was born on 31 July 1880 in Lamhi, a village located near Varanasi (Benares). His ancestors came from a large family, which owned six bighas of land.[3] His grandfather Gur Sahai Lal was a patwari (village accountant), and his father Ajaib Lal was a...
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  • Ram Drari Singh Dinkar
    Ramdhari Singh 'Dinkar' (September 23, 1908 – April 24, 1974) was an Indian Hindi poet, essayist and academician, who is considered as one of the most important modern Hindi poets. Dinkar emerged as a rebellious poet with his nationalist poetry in pre-Independence days. His poetry exuded veer rasa...
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  • Jesse
    patriarch for his hardworking streak.   In the biography of Robredo prepared by the Ramon Magsaysay Awards Foundation (RMAF), he said his father valued academic performance and promoted a competitive spirit among his children. “There is no place for second honor, only first honor,” Robredo quotes his...
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